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Leonard Nelson

Leonard Nelson, sometimes spelt Leonhard, was a German mathematician, critical philosopher, and socialist. He was part of the neo-Friesian school of neo-Kantianism and a friend of the mathematician David Hilbert. He devised the Grelling–Nelson paradox in 1908 and the related idea of autological words with Kurt Grelling... Read More

Born11 July 1882
Berlin, Brandenburg, Prussia, German Empire
Died29 October 1927 (aged 45)
Göttingen, Weimar Republic
Era20th-century philosophy
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